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I have a Lakewood convection air heater model 515-T. I need a leg and 3 screws. Is that possible., Thanks

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Well, they don't seem to sell parts for these. So the best bet would be to try ebay or craigs list, for a used heater for parts.

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

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